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It’s that time of year again when the cold weather is relentless and homeschooling families begin to feel a little boxed in. When will the sun show up?
When will it be warm enough again to do all the outdoor activities we want to do? We have been inside way too long, when will it end?
How can we keep our kids motivated to learn during the winter months?
Are these questions you keep asking yourself?
It can be tough, we get it! In this article, we will discuss a few strategies that you can use to keep your kids on track during the winter.
Need to order more materials? Of course.
Need to pick out a new activity for next week? Of course.
Need to go get groceries this afternoon? Of course.
Need to call your mom back? Of course.
The past couple of years have made it a little more challenging to connect with fellow homeschool families but podcasts are having their moment and are making it easier than ever for parents to get encouragement, inspiration and the occasional sanity check when needed. You know what we mean!
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Winter is here and we are all spending less time outdoors. That means it’s more important than ever to keep busy minds occupied and inspired. To celebrate the holiday season, here are five fun educational activities that are great for kids of all ages and can be enjoyed together as a family.
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